Me, As a Penguin (NHB Modern Plays)

by Tom Wells (Author)

<div><p>A charmingly offbeat, surreal comedy of knitting, penguins and Battenberg.</p> <p>Stitch is hitting the gay scene of Hull. Or at least dipping his toe in the water, while staying with his heavily pregnant sister Liz and her shabby sofa-loving partner Mark. But why won't Stitch let anyone into the bathroom even though Liz is dying for a pee? And who is the man in the giant penguin costume?</p> <p><I>Me, As a Penguin</I> premiered at the Arcola Theatre, London, in 2010. <p>This volume also features two monologues by Tom Wells, <I>About a Goth</I> and <I>Notes for First Time Astronauts.</I></p> <p>'a remarkable piece of writing, wry, witty and surreal' —<I>WhatsOnStage</I></p> <p>'thoroughly charming' —<I>Time Out</I></p></div>

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Publication Date
August 21, 2014
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